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A U.S. government agency announced last week that it will provide up to $1 million in federal grant funding to Santa Maria-area nonprofits through a special program designed to help homeless veteran families.
Area veterans and active duty military members are invited to attend the Lompoc Elks Lodge free pulled pork luncheon from noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 11. Family and guests are invited to attend for a fee of $5.
To ensure these rural vets have access to the covid vaccines, the VA is relying on a mix of tools, but the challenges of vaccinating veterans in rural areas extend beyond geography. More than 55% of them are 65 or older and at risk for serious cases of covid and just 65% are reachable via the internet.
The Santa Barbara County Veterans Stand Down — an annual event that brings together donations and service providers from across the region for…
Lompoc nonprofit American Veterans United will hold a monthly general meeting at 11 a.m. July 24 at the American Legion Post 211, 636 North H Street in Lompoc. Veterans living on the Central Coast are invited to attend.
Col. Anthony Mastalir, 30th Space Wing commander, waves during the Santa Barbara Veterans Day Parade Nov. 9, 2019, in Santa Barbara. Approxima…
Clear, sunny skies gave way to a well-attended Memorial Day ceremony, which drew close to 200 attendees to the Solvang Memorial Veterans Hall on Monday.
On Tuesday, the Santa Maria City Council unanimously adopted a resolution supporting Phase II of the Santa Barbara County Community Action Plan to Address Homelessness, demonstrating local commitment to leading opportunities for engagement and education, identifying local sites for housing programs, streamlining the process of developing new housing and ensuring inclusive zoning policies.
Jon Stewart, former host of The Daily Show, hugs Rosie Torres, co-founder and Executive Director of Burn Pits 360, before the start of a news …
After struggling with addiction, a man we’ll call “Jim” joined the Navy at age 29, but despite being clean for a considerable amount of time before joining up, positive drug tests led to his discharge from the service.